LEAP: Language Enabled Applications

  • B. Alabiso
  • A. Kronfeld
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Part of the The Springer International Series in Engineering and Computer Science book series (SECS, volume 511)

Abstract

The goal of the LEAP project is to provide a Software Development Kit (SDK) that enables application developers to add a natural language interface (including speech) to their products. When it is successfully attached to an application, LEAP converts spoken utterances into function calls that are dispatched to an application for execution as user requests.

Keywords

Presentation Mode Logical Strategy Semantic Domain Task Instance Anaphora Resolution 
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  • B. Alabiso
  • A. Kronfeld

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